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I am 22 years old. I have taken premolut tablet over 2 months to skip my periods. I have my last period on 3rd april. I didn't have my periods till now as 50 days passed. My height is 5'2 and weight is 62kgs. Iam worried. What should I do?
I am a diabetic patient. Please prescribe me about diet chart & some exercise daily to control the same.
Sir, I have ringworm from 6 months I follow up my meditation from skin specialist up to 1.5 month but it reoccur what to fo to completely remove ringworm, I have ringworm in my groin area two circular patches.
I have been diagnosed a diabetic since Aug last year. I was married for 12-15 days only and got divorced 4 years back. Since taking on the diabetes medication which is very low due to my initial stage of detection. My libido has gone down even though my mental urge for sex self indulgence or masturbation is quite frequent. My diet also got restricted due to my health condition and I can't touch on many food items. I quit smoking after being diagnosed a diabetic. The risk of health complications gave me the will to quit. My smoking history goes back to 14-15 years wen I smoked 8-10 cigarettes a day but reduced to 1-3 in recent couple of years before quitting. I even drink occasionally. Once every two weeks during weekend get together. Main question: My main concern recently after medication started for diabetes is that my sperm ejaculation volume has gone down. If I masturbate once in a week then its fine. Even though subsequently my strong erections or arousal don't result in a similar ejaculation volume. At times after 2-3 erections in as many days lead to my ejaculation almost drying up. Is diabetes and the daily medication, even though mild, the root cause of this fall in sperm ejaculation volume. I forgot to add I am quite regular at 30 min brisk walk 5 days a week since being diagnosed a diabetic. I'm aware of exercises n healthy diet being key to a sound sexual health. I keep reading very often on the topic. Also will meditation with few yoga exercises help me. I stay with family and visiting a doc for any sexual treatment will raise a lot of questions as I'm still a bachelor and they are planning my marriage soon. Yes visiting a sexologist or a counselor with wife is fine n accepted everywhere. Kindly advice.
Suggest me the tips to decrease belly fat and thies fat. These guys are restricting me from fast running.
I am 22years old, and loosing my hairs daily, and white hairs coming out, and feeling anxious. Used many dye, but finding no sound result. What should I do now?
Lasers are being used to remove unwanted hair, resurface the skin to remove scars, wrinkles and boost collagen. But are they safe? This is the question that plays on numerous minds. Let’s try to answer this question here.
First, let’s look at what lasers are. They are basically radiation, but of a safe variety. Laser therapy uses non-ionizing radiation to produce a fine laser beam which in laser hair removal is used to kill the hair follicle. This therapy is used to remove tattoos, plump up the skin and is also used in dental treatments, treatment for varicose veins, skin and eye surgery and as a treatment for skin cancer.
The type of radiation coming out from lasers is sometimes called non-ionising radiation. This is different from ionising radiation from nuclear sources and X-rays which are carcinogenic or cancer-causing. In terms of cancer risk, X-rays and gamma rays are the most dangerous and are known as high-frequency ionising radiation. Yet, X-rays are used even today to take pictures of our bones.
What is important is that when this kind of ionising radiation passes through our bodies, it can cause direct damage to our cell’s DNA and can lead to cancer later on. This doesn’t happen when lasers pass through the layers of our skin. The US Food and Drug Administration, FDA states that the light energy from these lasers does not penetrate deep into the skin. The laser beam remains superficially at the level of the skin and these lasers don’t cause DNA damage and DNA mutations, which are changes in DNA, linked to cancer.
- The pulse of light energy used in laser hair removal treatments, for example, are only designed to zap and destroy hair follicles. A few women have concerns about using these lasers for getting a hair free bikini line around their reproductive organs, but experts suggest that there is no risk for cancer.
- Experts also clarify that the light from lasers does not go beyond the hair follicle to the internal organs so fertility is also not affected. There is some redness and scarring in treated areas after laser therapy which can easily be treated by using stuff like cold milk, icing and gels.
- Lasers are also said to be safe because laser therapy does not use the same ultraviolet wavelengths which is found in sunlight - UVA and UVB, both of these are known to damage the DNA in cells, causing skin cancer.
- Having said all this, it is incumbent upon us to deliver a warning. Since the long-term risk of cancer due to lasers has not been studied so far, it would be prudent to say that those with a family history of skin cancers should stay away from cosmetic laser procedures for their own safety. If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a Dermatologist.